cutometer etymology

English word cutometer comes from Latin cutis ((anatomy) living skin. Hide, leather. Rind, surface.), English -ometer

Detailed word origin of cutometer

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
cutis Latin (lat) (anatomy) living skin. Hide, leather. Rind, surface.
-ometer English (eng)
cutometer English (eng) Any of various instruments that measure physical properties of the skin (typically elasticity).

Words with the same origin as cutometer

Descendants of cutis
cutaneal cutaneous cuticle cuticular cutify cutigeral cutin cutinase cutinize cutireaction cutose endocuticular epicuticle exocuticle exocuticular noncuticular precuticular procuticle subcuticular transcuticular
Descendants of -ometer
methanometer ometer